Save during off-season!


It’s always cheaper in service fees to perform maintenance and tire changes at the same time and at the same place. It’s certainly

less expensive while the equipment is stationary. How is itpossible? Here’s an effective tool :


OTR fleet inspections: Types of inspection:

Partial inspection:

Procedure: Nothing complicated:e-mail fev

2 machines per sheet, note the machine reference number and the tread depth of the tires.Always start on the same side, for example start by  driver’s side. Also note all repairs detected while inspecting and take pictures as well. You will be able to forward us pictures through the following link :

Also, you can use our repair chart that will be very useful to evaluate whether a repair can be performed or not.

Note that for small OTR a tire should be replaced at 10/32nd while that for large OTR it’s rather  15/32nd. But in the end, it’s at your sole discretion.

 Your benefits A) You will know your fleet better, you will be able to get a better perspective of the tires that will eventually need to be replaced and forecast the budget required. B) You will be able to see the tires that require repairs that might generate costly expenses if performed during the busy season.

I invite you to take a look at our standard inspection form, simply follow the link below:


Full inspection :

Procedure : In fact, only two more things are required, the serial number of each tire and the machine’ hours worked .

Your benefits : With only 2 inspections you will be in a position to extrapolate the life span of all your tires : Therefore evaluate when they will need to be replaced, the best tire for your specific application and forecast the budget required.

If you send us your inspection forms, we’ll be pleased to produce the report and statistics for you!

To view an example, simply follow the link below:


The LanOTR team.